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The Ten Powers of Buddha or Bodhisattva are the complete knowledge of 1. what is right or wrong in every condition 2. what is the karma of every being, past, present and future 3. all stages of dhyana liberation and samadhi 4. the powers and faculties of all beings 5. the desires or moral directions of every being 6. the actual condition of every individual 7. the direction and consequence of all laws 8. all causes of mortality and of good and evil in their reality 9. the end of all beings and Nirvana 10. the destruction of all illusion of every kind Source: Buddhist Door: Glossary

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